Primoz Roglic placed himself in pole position to retain his Vuelta a Espana title with a sensational time trial display as Briton Hugh Carthy impressed to stay in contention. Jumbo-Visma’s Roglic took stage 13 and now holds a 39-second advantage over Ineos Grenadiers’ Richard Carapaz, having overturned his 10-second lead. Carthy ate away at the
The componentry and tools arm of Shimano, PRO Bike Gear, have broadened their range of premium tools and pumps. With improved ergonomics and durability, highlights include two new torque wrenches, the Team Digital Floor Pump, cassette and chain tools. All are at the very reasonable price points we’ve come to associate with PRO. Let’s dive
Like PEZ? Why not subscribe to our weekly newsletter to receive updates and reminders on what’s cool in road cycling? “We’re all individuals” shouted the mob outside Brian’s window in the Monty Python classic ‘Life of Brian’. We’re also all individuals in our response to training, and that may be due to our muscle fibre
Dainese has a new, expanded Trail Skins line of lightweight mountain bike protection that builds on what we saw last year. With new Pro, Air & Lite levels of knee & elbow pads, plus new protection t-shirt, vest & padded liner shorts, Dainese hopes to have you completely covered from aggressive trail riding through all-mountain
Mike Woods: ‘I wasn’t meant to be in the breakaway, but the race got so crazy’ Michael Woods puts in late attack to win solo from the breakaway on stage seven of the Vuelta a España 2020 EF Pro Cycling ask UCI to stop the Giro d’Italia on second rest day
To be honest, when Zipp reached out to schedule a video chat about tubeless, hookless rims for road bikes, I wondered what was up their sleeve. After all, we’ve kinda covered hookless rim designs. And they explained their design decisions when the latest 303 Firecrest wheels launched. ENVE gave us their thoughts on it, too.
Like PEZ? Why not subscribe to our weekly newsletter to receive updates and reminders on what’s cool in road cycling? Vuelta Rest Day Rant: The second week of the Spanish Grand Tour and the monster of the Alto de l’Angrilu are behind us, but the final week is no ‘walk in the park’. Ed Hood
Hey kids, hate digging through your overstuffed hydration pack or tiny saddle bag to get to your tools for a quick trail-side repair? What about having to unfurl a perfectly rolled tool roll just to get to a CO2 cartridge to help your pal, only to lose your mind trying to roll it back up
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Love new Chris King colors? Custom bikes? Fun videos? Of course you do. Which is why you should probably check out the Chris King Open House 2020. Obviously, with 2020 being the year of COVID, it’s more of a virtual house than an open house, but the benefit is that you can check out all
Organisers of the Tour de France have announced the route for 2021, which includes a double ascent of the iconic Mont Ventoux. Cycling’s biggest race will start on 26 June after this year’s event was delayed by the coronavirus pandemic. The race’s Grand Depart is in the north-west city of Brest and ends in Paris
Like PEZ? Why not subscribe to our weekly newsletter to receive updates and reminders on what’s cool in road cycling? Vuelta Stage Report: The fireworks that was expected on the summit of l’Angliru, did not disappoint. The lead group was down to the bare essentials when Hugh Carthy (EF Pro Cycling) blew past the others
Britain’s Hugh Carthy claimed his first Grand Tour stage win on stage 12 of the Vuelta a Espana, as Richard Carapaz retook the overall lead after a gruelling final ascent on the Angliru. EF Pro Cycling rider Carthy, 26, distanced a trio of Aleksandr Vlasov, Enric Mas and Ineos Grenadiers’ Carapaz in the final two
Urge Bike follows up their latest all-mountain AllTrail head protection, with a new Nimbus MTB helmet designed just for kids. In classic Urge fashion the new Nimbus is light, well-vented, affordable & eco-friendly, all while making mountain bike protection more accessible to riders of all ages… Urge Nimbus kid’s affordable all-trail, all-mountain bike helmet c.
The 2021 Tour Down Under in Australia has been cancelled because of concerns around the spread of coronavirus. The race was scheduled to take place in Adelaide between 14 and 24 January. It will be replaced by a smaller domestic cycling festival in 2021. “Of course I am disappointed but, given the challenges, our priority
We took the Fezzari Delano Peak to two big mountain bike trails to see if this mid-travel trail bike could handle the rough stuff. Then we ripped it around our local XC trails to see how it pedaled. The result? Lots and lots of good times on a bike that pedals efficiently and can take